TailwindCSS: Adds complexity, does nothing

Resource | v1 | created by jjones |
Type Blog post
Created 2021-04-19
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If you work in the front-end, you've probably heard a lot about TailwindCSS, a CSS library, much like Bootstrap. Much unlike Bootstrap, however, Tailwind takes a different approach - it is all "utility classes". And I am not a fan. I got a whiff of it and quickly learned the name is appropos: it was as welcome and useful as passed gas.


gives cons of TailwindCSS

A utility-first CSS framework packed with classes like flex, pt-4, text-center and rotate-90 that can...

referenced in Tailwind is bad because i don't like it

I've seen this post flung around like it has any valid points about TailwindCss. I even had one of my...

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